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    Would it make a difference if i put some in the trunk lid ? Or even at the bottom...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matrix21 View Post
    Would it make a difference if i put some in the trunk lid ? Or even at the bottom...
    Not really, we're driving 4dr sedans, not hatchbacks, sound is muffled by the back seat.
    Where it matters is where you sit, so the front like I did helps a lot, and perhaps under the carpet in the back seats and under the rear bench seat if you wanna go all the way, but for me the front is good enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeLasVegas View Post
    Not really, we're driving 4dr sedans, not hatchbacks, sound is muffled by the back seat.
    Where it matters is where you sit, so the front like I did helps a lot, and perhaps under the carpet in the back seats and under the rear bench seat if you wanna go all the way, but for me the front is good enough.
    My observation with AWD is that significantly more road noise is transmitted from the rear suspension. So while you may very well be correct with FWD cars, I suspect with AWD there might also be signficant benefit from noise dampening the rear and trunk floor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pennhaven View Post
    My observation with AWD is that significantly more road noise is transmitted from the rear suspension. So while you may very well be correct with FWD cars, I suspect with AWD there might also be signficant benefit from noise dampening the rear and trunk floor.
    So do everything then.
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